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Block party below begins in East Village prior to the opening game on April 9. Kaily Sanders, City Times

East Village welcomes baseball season with block party

kaily sanders April 17, 2013

The energy was high as Padres fans, decorated in home colors, walked the streets enjoying live music and eating traditional fair foods with their friends and families.J Street was closed from Sixth to...

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Interior of Mesa College student servies center. Mary Watson, City Times

City will have a new student services center, just not yet

Klarissa Sanchez April 17, 2013

Now that Mesa College has inaugurated its state-of-the-art Student Services building, City students might be wondering why they don’t have such a facility. The answer is that they will have one,...

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Perez (left) speaks with his attorney at his arraignment on Feb. 21 at the San Diego superior courthouse.- David L. Wells, City Times

Perez ordered out of courtroom

Allison Browne March 1, 2013

Armando Gabriel Perez, 39, the suspect in the Diana Gonzales murder case, was ordered to leave the courtroom due to lack of cooperation only a few minutes into his arraignment on Feb. 28. Perez appeared...

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RTVC student Ken Smith prepares for a mock broadcast.- David L. Wells

City Students hit the airwaves

Allison Browne February 20, 2013

Even though most of the campus is deserted late Wednesday night, about a dozen students are eagerly preparing for the launch of SDS radio - Student Designed Sound. "They've been talking about this for...

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Students enter the Math and Social Sciences building for their first class, which has been open since Jan. 28. The building is located on C St and 16th St. -Ally Browne, City Times

Math and Social Sciences building opens

Allison Browne February 19, 2013

The new Math and Social Science (MS) Building, located on the corner of 16th and C street, is officially open for the spring semester. At approximately 66,000 square feet, the building adds 398 parking...

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Sarah Guzman stands silently during City College’s memorial for Diana Gonzalez in Gorton Quad on Oct. 11. Gonzalez was killed on campus Oct. 12 in 2010. Troy Orem, City Times

Commemorating victims of abuse

Fahima Paghmani October 23, 2012

Amidst heartbreaking pauses and tearful eyes, people who knew Diana Gonzalez recounted the unaccomplished hopes and dreams she once had. City College hosted a memorial in her honor on Oct. 11.  The event...

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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, left, and U.S. President Barack Obama shake hands before the first presidential debate at Denver University on Wednesday, October 3, 2012, in Denver, Colorado.

Elephant vs. donkey: Students have a clear choice in November

Fahima Paghmani October 22, 2012

President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney bump heads in many areas, but when the attention is pointed towards education, both parties could not emphasize more the importance of this topic.  Although...

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Photographers wanted

Photographers wanted

May 17, 2012

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FXETgkk6eNI&feature=youtu.be

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Expo celebrates learning

Expo celebrates learning

May 8, 2012

Research and projects fill Gorton Quad   A high-energy exhibition showcasing the variety, shared experiences and scholastic development at City College exploded in a barrage of song, dance and...

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Age 16 and graduating

Age 16 and graduating

Benny A. McFadden May 8, 2012

City College can soon list 16-year-old Ashley Mittelman among its alumni. Mittelman graduated high school with the class of 2011 from Mount Shasta High School in what normally would have been her sophomore...

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Focusing on greatness

Focusing on greatness

May 8, 2012

More than 500 entries were accepted from nearly 100 photographers at the annual Juried Student Photography Exhibition. All entrants in the contest are City students. The entries are divided into three ...

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Blockbusters battle for the records

Blockbusters battle for the records

Tom Andrew May 8, 2012

The summer is a time for beaches, long nights outdoors and summer blockbuster films. Here is a rundown of what you can expect to see this summer and what you may want to miss. In May, things get to...

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